Edwin Muir

(15 May 1887 – 3 January 1959 / Orkney / Scotland)

The Transfiguration - Poem by Edwin Muir

So from the ground we felt that virtue branch
Through all our veins till we were whole, our wrists
As fresh and pure as water from a well,
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